|The SBDC has provided a business plan template and a team of counselors to help guide you through the process of writing your business plan for better business management, start-up and growth.
|Chambers of commerce maintain resources to help build better business by offering networking opportunities and community resources to local companies.
|The Colorado SBDC Network has published the Colorado Business Resource Book to provide current information related to business start-up and operation within the State of Colorado.
|The Colorado Resource Gateway connects Colorado business owners to relevant resources and business development organizations in their area.|
|The Small Business Navigator is the first point of contact for new and existing business owners with questions about federal, state and local licensing requirements.|
|The Colorado SBDC Network maintains a database containing state and federal regulations for businesses in the state.|
|Community libraries maintain databases designed to help you conduct market research and analysis as you complete your business plan or investigate new opportunities.|
|Funding programs, tax credit information and general business development programs in your community are made available by the local office of economic development.|
|Connect with local government offices to register your business with the City and County, apply for a sales tax license and learn about zoning requirements within your region.|
|Get your top questions to starting a business answered here.|
|Tips and tools for better business management and operations are available on the SBDC blog.|